Major software makers fail security transparency test

From SDTimes (David Worthington)

A majority of the industry’s leading software makers surveyed by SD Times lack transparency about the internal principles that they use for writing secure software. Analysts believe that those companies are either practicing security by obscurity, do not adequately perform security practices during software development, or are simply unwilling to talk about it.  Read the full story [sdtimes.com]

From SDTimes (David Worthington)

A majority of the industry’s leading software makers surveyed by SD Times lack transparency about the internal principles that they use for writing secure software. Analysts believe that those companies are either practicing security by obscurity, do not adequately perform security practices during software development, or are simply unwilling to talk about it.  Read the full story [sdtimes.com]

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